POCO is a well-known smartphone brand (sub-brand of Xiaomi) becomes an independent brand with its core-value of Xiaomi, obviously. After the launch of its first-even affordable flagship-killer device Poco F1 two years ago, the brand has made its own fanbase and still counting… This year POCO has launched Poco M2 with the mid-range hardware specifications at a very aggressive price point. It runs Android 10 on the top of MIUI 11 out of the box. Now, if you want to install the Poco M2 Stock Firmware Flash File (Back to Stock ROM) then check out this article.
Due to Android’s open-source nature and the ability to adapt customizations with the help of flashing custom firmware, custom recovery, root access, third-party modules, and more, people love Android OS so much. However, everyone has its own choice and not everyone wants custom skin like MIUI on their Android devices. So, if in case, you’re one of the Poco M2 users and want to flash the stock ROM from a custom ROM due to some bugs or stability issues, then you can do it easily by following the guide below.
Talking about the Poco M2 handset, it has a 6.53″ IPS LCD display, 1080×2340 pixels resolution, Corning Gorilla Glass 3 support, MediaTek Helio G80 SoC, Mali-G52 MC2 GPU, 6GB RAM, 64/128GB onboard storage (dedicated MicroSDXC slot), quad rear camera setup of 13-megapixels + an 8-megapixels + 5-megapixels + 2-megapixels lens, an 8-megapixels selfie camera, a 5000mAh battery with 18W fast charging, and more.
Advantages of the Stock Firmware
Stock ROM always comes preloaded with the device according to the model-specific for a specific brand. Each and every device model as well as each & every OEM does come with its own specific stock firmware. Stock ROM basically designed for the individual device model that runs smoothly and offers more stability, battery optimization, official software updates, fewer lags or stutters, etc.
Additionally, you’ll start noticing multiple bugs, errors, crashes, glitches, stutters, frame drops, unusual battery draining, device overheating, app crashes, app update failed, stock Google apps error, and lot more. Whereas, sometimes users can’t properly flash the third-party firmware due to multiple processes, and more. In that case, it’s quite common to easily get bricked or stuck in the bootloop issue due to some flashing mistakes or file compatibility issues.
So, it’s a good idea to either go back to the stock official firmware after checking out the third-party unofficial firmware or always stay on the stock ROM to get maximum performance, stability and most importantly, official software updates.
Poco M2 Stock Firmware Flash File (Restore To Stock ROM)
Before heading over to the flashing guide, ensure to check out all the requirements and the download links below. Make sure to take a full data backup of the device’s internal storage like images, music, videos, documents, other files, etc.
Download (Fastboot Links)
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- Make sure the battery percentage is more than 60%
- Install ADB & Fastboot drivers on your computer. Guide: For Windows or For Mac or Linux
- Now, enable the Developer Options
- Create a backup of your device’s data
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